Intuition series: I now know what I need to do or at least I thought I did!


Image-1 (4)So, you’ve decided to do something. It feels right, and you’re excited. You go to bed, but when you wake up the next day, you suddenly feel doubt, and a sense of uneasiness, or even panic.

But you decide to go ahead anyway. After all, you need to trust your intuition right?

Yes, you do, and this is the time to do it.

Especially when what you feel was right suddenly feels right.

Something has changed. You don’t know what it is, but in the time you felt good about it and now, some new factor has come into the equation that wasn’t there before.

If something good suddenly feels bad, then take note. Do not proceed until you know what it actually is.

Sometimes it’s just a small thing that might make a difference. Sometimes it’s a complete change in direction. Where many people become unstuck is that they will feel that something is right one day, and then next day they will feel the same action is wrong. So they feel they should stick to their original feelings, otherwise, how can they trust anything if they were wrong?

What isn’t understood is that your intuition is based on what is happening right now. Things change and people change, and they might change their minds on certain issues, and then change them back later. If you felt something was right, and then felt it wasn’t, that’s the time to really listen. Trust the moment. All we have is now.

Personally, I wish I had known this information many years ago. It would have saved me a lot of money and stress, but I didn’t.

So I am sharing this with you now. It’s important information. Use it well.

 Final musings.

My final thought on this subject is that just because you try and make something feel or be right, it doesn’t mean it is. Your intuition can guide you to making it right, but first it’s important to acknowledge that things aren’t as they should be, right now!

Also, I notice that when I’m contemplating doing something that isn’t good for me (such as ordering a pizza!), I will feel a sense of depression. I’ve come to realize this is my intuition warning me not to do this. If I decide not to order, that sense lifts immediately.

The more important something is for you, the stronger your intuition will be. Things that are inconsequential to you rarely tend to raise any alarm bells one way or another.

Remember, your intuition is like your personal GPS. It knows where you need to go, even if you can’t see the road ahead.

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